Sensible Women by the Russian Painter Vladimir Volegov

Sensible Women by the Russian Painter Vladimir Volegov

Born in Khabarovsk, Russia, Vladimir Volegov began painting at the age of three and his talent would be noted repeatedly through out his adolescence. After having attended the Art School “Krivog Rog” and having served in the army, Vladimir Volegov has admitted to the Lvov Polygraphic Institue in the former Soviet Union.

Beginning in 1984 Vladimir began participating in, and winning international competitions for poster art. Vladimir moved to Moscow in 1988 and before long Vlodemir’s career in commercial art was in full swing. Notable Russian publishing houses sought his talents to design posters and CD and cassette covers for musical groups, while working with the publishing houses he continued to work on his paintings and particapate in exhibitions.

In 1990 Vladimir began traveling to Europe where he earned money by painting portraits on the streets of Barcelona, Berlin, Vienna, and other European cities. It is with this experience he further honed his skills in depicting the human form. Over the past fourteen years, his art has evolved into the striking figurative work he creates today. Vladimir’s vibrant color palette and bold strokes coalesce to create evocative images that possess a timeless sensibility.

In February 2004, Vladimir has signed the long-term contract with American Publushing House Soho Editions.

Sensible Women by the Russian Painter Vladimir Volegov

Sensible Women by the Russian Painter Vladimir Volegov

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